A bull elephant showers itself with dust after crossing the Mara River, pausing to coat its thick, wrinkled, skin in a soothing mud pack. Most bull elephants are tolerant of visitors in vehicles unless they are in ‘musth’, a period of heightened sexual activity, when older bulls can be aggressive.
We spotted this massive tusker as he strode along a patch of open, dusty, ground called ‘fumbie, fumbie’ - meaning the ‘dusty’ place. He was totally relaxed, enjoying spraying plumes of dust over his face and body, allowing Angie to capture the decisive moment.
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